Cure Your Cabin Fever At This Local Spot
The last few months may have had you spending lots of time on the couch of your Canvas Valley Forge apartment, but with spring soon turning into summer, there’s no better time to get out and about and enjoy the sunshine. While getting back to normal is going to take some time, a simple stroll in the park can still be a safe and healthy way to get a change of scenery and some exercise—and, as we get older, keeping both the mind and body energized and active has never been more important.
Everyone’s sticking close to home these days, so if you don’t want to travel too far from your Canvas Valley Forge apartment to get in some steps, you’re in luck: The Chester Valley Trail is just minutes away and is a great option for maintaining your exercise while also practicing safe social distancing. A trailhead for the path is just a half-mile from your Canvas Valley Forge apartment. Once there, you can enjoy wide pathways—a full 12 feet, so you don’t have to worry about getting too close to others out enjoying the sun and getting some exercise! The trail is also paved, so if you’re looking to avoid the rocky terrains that are all too common on other walking paths, this is your spot.
The trail is only about 1 mile, the ideal length for a leisurely stroll or quick walk while enjoying the lush landscaping and perhaps spotting some birds and other wildlife. Eventually, the trail will stretch more than 20 miles, along the same route as the historic Chester Valley Railroad and connecting Exton and Norristown. So before construction picks back up and the path becomes crowded with bikers and joggers, now’s a great time to get to know the trail near your Canvas Valley Forge apartment.
If you’re in the market to reenergize yourself, lace up the sneakers, leash up the dog and head out of your Canvas Valley Forge apartment to get some fresh air, stretch your legs and get a taste of springtime.
Devon Park Drive and South Warner Road
Wayne, PA 19087